Celebrate July 4 with Indiana Talks at the INDYpendence Day Concert for Cancer

Celebrate July 4 with Indiana Talks at the INDYpendence Day Concert for Cancer

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 1, 2015)– Celebrate the Fourth of July Saturday at the INDYpendence Day Concert for Cancer on Georgia Street in downtown Indianapolis.

The concert will feature the band Panic! at the Disco.

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Date: Saturday, July 4, 2015

Where: Georgia Street – Downtown Indianapolis

Time: 2:00pm – 10:00pm

Estimated Attendance: 7500

General Admission: $20

Pit Passes: $40

Tickets available at Karma Records:

West: (38th & High School Rd.), North: (86th & Michigan Rd.), East: (Post Rd & Washington St.)

The inaugural INDYpendence: Concert for Cancer was a huge success attracting more than 5,500 attendees on Georgia Street and raising over $50,000 for the St. Francis Hospital Patient Assistance Fund and The Leukemia Lymphoma Society of Indiana. This year, the Lintner Foundation is back with an event that promises to be bigger and better!

The INDYpendence Day Concert for Cancer is the brain child of Scott Lintner who was diagnosed with Leukemia on 6/30/1999. The two events that change his life the most was that day and the days his beautiful daughters were born. Scott was not supposed to ever make it to 50. Through a lot of personal stubbornness, medical miracles, faith and a whole lot of help from friends and family, Scott saw the age of 50 in June 2012. He always said that if he made it, he would have a huge party for everyone that has helped him and all those affected by Cancer. INDYpendence Street Fest is Scott’s dream becoming a reality!

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